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Friel James : All new 100 literacy hours. Year 3 / Sue Ellis, Gill Friel and James Friel.  c2005 1
Friel John   3
Frieling Barbara J : Yeats's "Vision" papers / general editor George Mills Harper assisted by Mary Jane Harper.  1992 1
Frieling Rudolf 1956 : The art of participation : 1950 to now / Rudolf Frieling ... [et al.].  2008 1
Friend   2
Friend And Lover Of All Men : A new years-gift, or A token of love : to all persons of what perswasion soever. By a Friend, and lover of all men.  1693 1
Friend And Servant To Both   2
Friend And Wel Wisher To This Common Wealth : A model of a democraticall government, humbly tendered to consideration, / by a friend and wel-wisher to this Common-wealth.  1659 1
Friend Andrew : Slump city : the politics of mass unemployment.  1981 1
Friend At Oxford   3
Friend At The Hague : A letter to a dissenter from his friend at the Hague : concerning the penal laws and the test, shewing that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question.  1688 1
Friend D P : Report of the nursing process evaluation working group (Friend report).  1986 1
Friend D V 1927   2
Friend Donald : Donald Friend in Bali.  1972 1
Friend Florence : Sowing the wind / Sydney Grundy.  1895 1
Friend Hilderic 1852 1940 : A glossary of Devonshire plant names / by the Rev. Hilderic Friend.  1882 1
Friend Ian Edward : Some theoretical aspects of forced- and natural-convection in two and three dimensional internal flows.  1982 1
Friend In The Army   2
Friend Irwin   3
Friend Jewell Anne : Traditional grammar : a short summary.  1976 1
Friend John 1937 : Violence against women / edited by Susan Bewley, John Friend and Gillian Mezey.  1997 1
Friend John Kimball   5
Friend John Professor Of Plant Biology University Of Hull   5
Friend John Sir 1696   11
Friend Joseph Harold : The development of American lexicography 1798-1864.  1967 1
Friend Julius Weis : The long presidency : France in the Mitterand years, 1981-1995.  1998 1
Friend Of Master Osbornes And A Lover Of Truth : An ansvver to a scandalous letter written by Hammond, the head-gaoler in the Isle of Wight, to Mr. Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons. By a friend of Master Osbornes, and a lover of truth.  1648 1
Friend Of The Commonwealth : A declaration of the Commissioners for Visitation of Universities and for placing and displacing of ministers in Scotland, against praying or preaching for the pretended King of Scotland : with some reasons given by some of the ministers of Edinburgh why they cannot in conscience omit to pray for him : together with an ansvver to the said reasons ... / by a friend to the Commonwealth.  1653 1
Friend Of The Publick : Advice to the merchants and traders of England : shewing the mischief of suffering other people to receive their money, and the reasons why they ought to receive it themselves after the tenth of this instant February, 1695 / by a Friend to the publick.  1695 1
Friend Of Ye Now Dissolved Parliament : Ten queries: / by a friend of ye now dissolved Parliament.  1653? 1
Friend Robert 1913 1998   2
Friend Rupert 1981   2
Friend Stephen Frederick : A sense of belonging : religion and identity in Yorkshire and Humber fishing communities c.1815-1914.  2010 1
Friend Thedore : The Philippine pality a Japanese view.  1968 1
Friend Theodore   3
Friend To Both True Churches And Preachers : Church-Levellers, or, Vanity of vanities and certainty of delusion: : discovered in the pamphlet, called The vanity of the present churches, and uncertainty of their preaching. / By a friend to both true churches and preachers.  1649 1
Friend To Justice And The Common Wealth   2
Friend To Monarchs And A Lover Of Loyal Subjects : A Seasonable invitation for Monmouth to return to court.  1681 1
Friend To Peace And Truth : VindiciƦ libertatis evangelii, or, A justification for our present indulgence and the acceptance of licences : by way of reply to a certain clamourous, anonymous manuscript pamphlet entituled, Queries upon the declaration March 15th 1671/2 : the most usual and considerable arguments against licences are herein examined and satisfied / by a friend to peace and truth.  1672 1
Friend To Purity And Unity : A brief apologie for the pious and painfull ministers of the Church of England. : Wherein is shewed, that the attempts and endeavours of those who have sought by their perswasive petitions and perverse pamphlets, to have their present maintenance taken from them, and nothing substiuted in stead thereof, are injurious not onely to the ministers themselves, but to the people of the land, to the state, to the Church of God, yea to God himselfe. By a friend to purity and unity, and the true peace and welfare of the Church and nation.  1653 1
Friend To So Good An Undertaking : A bank-dialogue: or Doctor Chamberlen's land-bank explained, : by way of question and answer. / By a friend to so good an undertaking.  1695 1
Friend To The Common Wealth And To Its Dear Bought Rights And Freedome : A narrative of the late Parliament, (so called) : their election and appearing, the seclusion of a great part of them. The sitting of the rest. With an account of the places of profit, sallaries, and advantages which they hold and receive, under the present power. With some queries thereupon: and upon the most materiall acts and proceedings passed by them. All, humbly proposod [sic] to consideration; and published for information of the people. / By a friend to the Common-Wealth, and to its dear bought rights and freedome.  1657 1
Friend To The Commonwealth Of England : The English banner of truth displayed: or, The state of this present engagement against Scotland. : Wherein is soberly discuss'd the lawfulness and necessity of the engagement. The high aggravations of it, as to the Scots. The groundlesness of those of the Presbyteries coniunction with the Scots and malignants, either from religion, their former state-principles, or the demeanour of those those [sic] in authority towards them. Also, a brief series of transactions, whereby it appears that those of the Presbytery have continually endeavoured the disturbing of the peace of the nation, ... and are the ground of this third war now with the Scots and malignants. Together with some occasional assertions; that the laying aside of some members of Parliament, the proceedings against the late King, the changings of the government, is sutable unto the end of all our engagements ... / By a friend to the Commonwealth of England.  1650 1
Friend To The Coole Conference   2
Friend To The Good Old Cause : The character of the late upstart House of Lords: together with some reflexions on the carriage and government of his late highness : By a friend to the good old cause.  1659 1
Friend To The Prisoners And The Good Old Cause They Suffered For : A narrative wherein is faithfully set forth the sufferings of John Canne, Wentworth Day, John Clarke, John Belcher, John Richard, Robert Boggis, Petter Kidd, Richard Bryenton, and George Strange, called, as their news book saith, Fift Monarchy Men : that is, how eight of them were taken in Coleman Street, moneth second, called Aprill, day first, 1658, as they were in the solemn worship of God, and by the Lord Mayor sent prisoners to the counter in the Poultrey : also of the arraignment of Wentworth Day and John Clarke at the sessions in the Old Baily, and how the rest after three weeks imprisonment and more were discharged in their court / published by a friend to the prisoners and the good old cause they suffered for.  1658 1
Friend To The Protestant Interest : Clamor sanguinis martyrum, or The bloody inquisition of Spain. : Wherein is unfolded the prodigious and unparalell'd cruelties of the bloody-minded Spaniard, against the Protestants. Humbly presented to the serious consideration of all Protestant princes and states. / By a friend to the Protestant interest.  1656 1
Friend To The Publique : A cry for a right improvement of all our mercies, and all those vvorks of wonder that God hath wrought among us: VVith some cautions touching the election of the (expected) new representative. / Humbly presented by a friend to the publique.  1652 1
Friend To The Rump   2
Friend To The Souls In Prison : The penitent prisoner : his character, carriage upon his commitment, letany, proper prayers, serious meditations, sighs, occasional ejaculations, devotion going to execution, and at the place of execution / by a friend to the souls in prison.  1675 1
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